Hardy Perennial with 3-Season Foliage Color Autumn Leaves Coral Bells is a perennial with outstanding three season foliage color. A few of these would look beautiful in your perennial border or work well as edging plants. Autumn Leaves would also be quite stunning as a container planting. Three shades of red in one plant; Autumn Leaves is like having a different plant each season. In fact, this variety of Coral Bells has some of the most vibrant color you’ll ever see in a Coral Bell. The show begins in spring with the delightfully pink-tinged, red colors on the gently lobed leaves. As the season progress’, a pleasing taupe takes over. Fall is when Autumn Leaves really lives up to its name as it displays blazing garnet-red color that will demand the notice of every passerby. As if the brilliant foliage wasn’t enough, your Autumn Leaves will put on a special show mid-summer. 15-inch shoots of fiery red will reach toward the sky and present a sprinkling of tiny pink-hued, white bells for a moment of whimsy amid the glory of early summer. Your Autumn Leaves Coral Bells is easy to care for, and bunnies and deer will leave it alone. It’s certainly a bright, vibrant plant for your landscape, and one that is sure to meet your expectations year after year. *Bright, changing foliage color*Early summer flowers*Hardy.
A Carpet of Stunning Color Every Spring Fire Spinner is a groundcover that lays down a carpet of stunning color each spring. This is perfect for those difficult, dry spots in your yard, or any space where you could use its dense nature to control those pesky weeds. It would also look amazing trailing over the sides of your patio containers. Your fire Spinner is a type of Ice Plant that creates a fast-growing mat of fleshy, evergreen foliage. The 2-inch tall perennial will spread to 2 feet in width and remain a vibrant green throughout the year. It’s lovely for the foliage alone, but when spring arrives you won’t be able to believe your eyes! Like flat, toy spinners, the bright tri-color blooms look like they could start twirling at any second. The 1 ½-inch blossoms have white centers with varying shades of fuchsia blending out to fiery-orange tips. The effect is almost neon in nature, especially when they cover the foliage like a thick floral carpet in your yard. Just imagine this fiery carpet of stunning color as a border along your driveway to welcome you home each day with its stunning color. Fire Spinner will bloom every spring and last into summer. The foliage is evergreen, enhancing your winter landscape’s darker colors. It’s hardy, easy to manage and will fit in well for those difficult to manage areas. They thrive in dry and hot conditions. Butterflies love them but deer will leave them alone. Quite simply a spectacular plant with a variety of outstanding features, Fire Spinner is a must have for your landscape today. *Bright, Prolific Flowers *Lovely Foliage *Hardy.
Red Flower Lead to Bronze Foliage Bergenia Winter Glow, Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winter Glow’, is an evergreen perennial that is sure to be noticed with its shiny, cabbage-like leaves. These leaves have an unusually thick rubbery feel that makes a pig squeak sound when rubbed between your fingers. The bright green leaves are large for this small, 12-15 high plant with only a 12 spread. It is slow growing and does not spread much. Bergenia ‘Winter Glow’ has clusters of bright red flowers on 15 stalks from early to late spring that provide long lasting cut blooms for bouquets.It may rebloom in the fall. During the fall and winter months, the leaves of ‘Winter Glow’ turn a reddish-bronze hue and return to green in the spring. It may be evergreen in warm climate. ‘Winter Glow’ is a versatile plant for use as a ground cover, edging, or container gardening. Bergenia is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade; tolerant of a wide range of soils, but prefers moist, humusy ones. It is deer and rabbit resistant and salt and drought tolerant. Be sure to place this plant where it can be noticed! *Reblooming Red Flowers on 15 Stalks*Large Green Leaves on Compact Hardy Plant*Resists Rabbits, Deer, Salt, Drought.
4 Light Yellow Rebloomer Daylily Going Bananas, Hemerocallis ‘Going Bananas’ PP#17164, is an incredible reblooming daylily that everyone will want in their gardens. The cheerful canary yellow flowers are 4 wide and bloom profusely in June and then continue reblooming through October! This is a definite improvement over the ever popular Hemerocallis ‘Happy Returns’. Unlike ‘Happy Returns’, the flowers of Hemerocallis ‘Going Bananas’ always open fully, plus the flowers are much bigger, which offers an increased colorful display. Destined to become an American classic! Daylilies are some of the easiest plants to grow and are a good choice for any gardener. They will grow in almost any soil and handle drought to wet soil conditions. Use for stand alone plantings, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs. Planted together in large numbers, they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot. This includes polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone). *4 Light Yellow Flowers*Rebloomer*Grows Anywhere.